Ethan A. Hunt
Ethan is of counsel with the Ruston office of Erlingson Banks, PLLC. Ethan graduated from Louisiana Tech University in 2001 majoring in Biology and with a minor in Chemistry. Prior to starting law school, Ethan worked in the environmental industry.
Ethan graduated from Louisiana State University Law School in 2006 and since that time, he returned to northeast Louisiana where he has enjoyed a diverse practice. Over the years, Ethan has represented clients in most Louisiana state and federal courts. He has successfully guided clients through all phases of litigation, including mediation and trial. He has also developed extensive knowledge of transactional matters and routinely advises local businesses on entity formation, policy review, and the legal implication of practices and procedures.
Ethan is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association, the Ouachita Parish Bar Association, the Federal Bar Association, and the Fred J. Fudickar, American Inns of Court.
In addition to his professional associations, Ethan serves on the Board of Directors of Habitat for Humanity in Ouachita Parish. Ethan also dedicates himself to his church, First United Methodist Church of Monroe, where he serves as an adult Sunday school teacher in addition to multiple boards.
Louisiana Title Insurer, 2014
Professional Associations and Memberships
Louisiana State Bar Association
Ouachita Parish Bar Association
Board of Directors, Habitat for Humanity
Federal Bar Association
Fred. J. Fudickar American Inns of Court
- Louisiana Tech University, B.A., 2001
- Louisiana State University, J.D. 2006
Areas of Practice
- Residential and Commercial Title
- Business Transactions
- Business Litigation